Reading ‘To Climates Unknown’

Alternate history of humanity’s journey

Hot air balloon over the open water
Hot air balloon. Alteration of an image by Bessi from Pixabay

It was a fictional version of April 4, 1581 when apprentice sailor William Adams met an alternate fate. So, too, then, the Mayflower. And thus the history of colonization changed. The history of science, too — the “eureka” of the evolution of species and the far slower realization that some rocks are radioactive. Everything changed.




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